TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Hunter, City Fight to Grab Beloved School. Chad Turner (p. 1)
From the Editor’s Desk: “What are We Gonna Do Now?” (p. 2)
GC Technology: GC Paper Use Getting Out of Control. (p. 2)
Academic Repression in the First Person: Lies, Damn Lies, and David Horowitz. Grover Furr (p. 4)
Dispatches from the Front: Writing to the Test: A Cautionary Tale. Ethan Campbell (p. 6)
Fixing the Academic Labor Crisis: Lessons from History. Carl Lindskoog (p. 7)
A GC Refugee Finds Respect — in Canada. Tony Monchinski (p. 8)
Make a Diff: Volunteer for the Holidays. Advocate Staff (p. 15)
Masthead (p. 2)
Book Review (p. 10)
Bush’s Private Armies, Seen from Within. Review of Licensed to Kill by Robert Young Pelton (Crown Books, 2006). Michael Busch.
Theater Reviews (p. 11)
When Controversy is Part of the Show. Reviews of My Name is Rachel Corrie by Rachel Corrie, Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner, and Bhutan by Daisy Foote. Frank Episale.
Music Review (p. 12)
Lost in America: The Myth and Symbol of Daniel Johnston. Reviews of Continued Story + Hi, How Are You by Daniel Johnston (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 2006) and The Devil and Daniel Johnston directed by Jeff Feuerzeig. Anton Borst.
Film Reviews (p. 14)
Border Crossings, Intellectual and Literal. Reviews of Babel, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, and Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, directed by Larry Charles. Tim Krause.
Doctoral Students’ Council (p. 15)
News You Can Use from the DSC
Open Meetings Law, Quorum, and Voting
Graduate Council and Grad Council Committees
Important Upcoming Dates
The Back Page (p. 16)
UFC Matches to Determine Executive Officer Posts. Matt Lau.
Student Forum: Now that the Holidays are Almost Here, What (If Anything) Do You Have to be Thankful For?
Announcements / Advertisements
Help Wanted! Webmaster Needed, DSC. DSC Media Board (p. 3)
Maui Tacos (p. 9)
Hunan 5th Ave. (p. 9)
Feeling Tortured by Writer’s Block? Dr. Rose McAloon (p. 13)
The Agony Booth (p. 13)
Can You Draw? Do You Make People Laugh? The Advocate (p. 15)